Oct 12, 2012 8:45am
420,000 Gigapedia eBooks
Dear faculty members, students, researchers and university librarians,
As you might very well know that the biggest site facilitating access to electronic books, known as library.nu (formerly known as Gigapedia) has closed down after six long years.
To make ebooks available at very low prices, we would like to make you aware that our vast collection of ebooks now numbers over 420,000 and is increasing at the rate of about 1500 a week. It covers every aspect of scientific, technical, medical (STM) and human knowledge. We have books in many languages, but it is in English language material that our collections are particularly strong.
In order to support research, teaching, scholarship and learning in universities, colleges, research institutions, businesses, government institutions, the health service and public libraries, we invite all to take advantage of the eBooks on Demand service.
Below are directions for ordering an eBook for just $2.00.
When you find an eBook that you would like to use, you can place your order by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of Digital Library Services.
Before you place an order, please note our prices and process times:
When ordering, you must supply full publication details that will help identify the item.
You must also supply your full contact details. An email address is especially helpful so that we can contact you promptly if there are any further questions relating to your order.
There is a minimum charge of $2.00 Rials (as of January 2012) on all orders placed by email.
For purchases of more than 100 eBooks we grant a 10% discount on the total list price.
After your payment has been received, the eBook will be delivered as a download link to your Email.
The entire process normally will take up to 2 working days to be completed.
Please use the contact details below for general enquiries or comments about our catalogues and electronic resources.
Director of Digital Library Services, Mahdi Amini
We welcome your suggestions and feedback. Your question will be sent to the most appropriate information specialists, who will contact you directly by email.